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the new reward to catch a suspect in a violent san jose crime spree. bombs shake gaza awake in one of the deadliest days yet. how world leaders are rushing to reach a truce. >> plenty of clouds in the skies. will we see rain? we'll talk about that coming up. >> things busy 101 through san jose. here's a live look. plus we have new accidents coming in from the chp. we'll tell you about it coming up. >> thank you, liz. good morning, everyone. it is monday, november 19. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time is 6:00. a manhunt is on for one of two suspects in a violent rampage through san jose. this morning, a reward is being offered to help find him. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is in san jose where in a few hours police will hold a press conference. >> reporter: behind me the small memorial for a 22-year- old man shot and killed during an attempted carjacking on friday night. he was sitting inside the
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vehicle in the 7-eleven parking lot on south kylie boulevard when he was approached by two men who were in the middle of a violent crime spree. here's one of those suspects. 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks. police caught him after a series of robberies. a police chase, a shooting that injured an officer, hit a carjacking that left a man dead. these a map that shows the path of that crime spree. they committed four robberies on friday starting at just after 7:30 when they robbed a little caesar's on story road at gunpoint, then police say they moved on to a gas station on east capital and a jack-in- the-box on curtner avenue and a spa on bird avenue. less than two hours later they arrived at the 7-eleven and shot and killed 22-year-old rory parkpettiford from san jose while attempting to carjack him. police spotted the vehicle on highway 101 and chased it through town. the suspects got out and opened fire on the officers. >> at about 9:00 i heard a not
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continuous gunshots but maybe a little one after another with time. >> saw the victim's father up in the front and still in shock after finding out that his son had been shot in front of the 7- eleven. >> reporter: an officer suffered two gunshot wounds but is going to be okay. police returned fire and hit wilbanks. despite his injuries, he still got back into his car to elude officers. the second suspect is still on the loose. police caught wilbanks after he crashed on cunningham avenue hiding inside a house. at this point they are asking the public for help. they are offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and this marks the city's 42nd homicide of the year. in san jose, elissa harrington, cbs 5. the victim of the latest murder in menlo park was from newark. 42-year-old was shot to death on saturday night when he was sitting in a car with a woman
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on 300 block of ivy drive. police are looking for two suspects. the shooting was menlo park's second homicide this year. authorities are going over a missing persons report as they tried to identify a body that was pulled from the waters in the san francisco bay. the u.s. coast guard found the man's body near fort baker about 8:00 yesterday morning. there is no information yet on the cause of the man's death. a vigil will mark the 24th anniversary of a girl's disappearance here in the east bay. michaela garecht was 9 years old when she was kidnapped from in front of a store on mission boulevard in hayward in 1988. a bone fragment found earlier this year is now being tested to see if it came from the missing girl. right now, a new attack on a gaza city high-rise. these are live pictures from gaza where you can see smoke coming from a building. witnesses say an israeli air strike has hit a building that houses a number of local and
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foreign news organizations. you can still see smoke in the air there. israel has been attack the region from the air. retaliation for months of rocket attacks coming gaza. 94 palestinians including 50 civilians have been killed in gaza since the air strikes began last week. in israel, three civilians have been killed by rockets launched by the hamas. cbs reporter susan mcginnis has more on the attacks and efforts to encourage a cease-fire. reporter: bombs shook gaza city awake monday morning. the israeli air force targeted another 80 sites during overnight and morning bombing. the military says it targeted weapons storage facilities and police stations. hamas says israel is killing civilians. this sixth day of air strike follows an israeli offense on sunday leading to the deadliest day of attacks yesterday. at least 29 palestinians were killed including four children when a bomb hit this apartment building. israeli officials say hamas is
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using civilian buildings as cover to launch rockets across the border. in tel aviv, people on the street ran for cover when sirens signaled an approaching rocket. israel's iron dome defense system has intercepted more than 240 rockets. during a trip to asia, president obama warned israel about expanding into a ground war but he defended israel's fighting back. >> there's no country on earth that would tolerate missiles raining down on its citizens from outside its borders. >> reporter: u.n. secretary- general ban ki-moon is in cairo, egypt today to assist cease-fire talks there. the threat of a ground war remains. thousands of israeli tanks, soldiers and rocket launchers are ready to cross the border awaiting the command. susan mcginnis, cbs news, washington. >> the israeli air force
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briefly took control of hamas' radio network warning people in gaza to stay away from hamas facilities. president obama is in cambodia now part of his asian tour that included this historic visit to myanmar. earlier today, he is the first u.s. president to visit that country also known as burma currently in the process of transitioning to democracy. he met with a nobel peace prize winner a democracy advocate. 6:06. let's check traffic and weather. it looks like a good week ahead. >> i think it should be a decent week. we have a lot of clouds out there now but it's kept the temperatures mild early on today. no rain yet. but that may change at least in part for the north bay. there's still a slight chance we could see some sprinkles or light showers in that direction but not by much. and then it looks like i think a better chance of rain as we head into tomorrow. but for today a lot of clouds will continue to stream across our skies. skies staying partly to mostly cloudy today. and then by tuesday afternoon, starting to see more rain
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showing up in parts of north bay. and a chance for the rest of us through the evening hours on tuesday and early wednesday morning. outside the holiday lights out there looking good in san francisco. temperatures now mainly into the 50s. probably 60s for highs this afternoon. so not a bad day and should stay mostly dry. >> i love that picture. holiday officially kicked off. thank you, lawrence. outside now on the roads, we are following a couple of new problems that came in within the last 10 minutes so first we'll show you this live look right now. this is 101 near mckee. everything is okay. it's busy though 101 again headlights moving northbound towards santa clara. let's go to our maps. farther south of this, northbound 101 at capitol expressway, we are watching an accident there sounds like one lane is blocked. that's the extent of details we have. we are showing another accident possibly in the same area approaching tully. that accident would be off to the right-hand shoulder. but again, a caller says these are two separate accidents so
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we are seeing slowing in the area coming through san jose. coming up we'll get a check. bay bridge. back to you guys. >> thank you. 6:08. this morning, chevron will provide an update on repairs following the fire at its richmond refinery this past august. chevron says it is now taking steps to upgrade its crude unit number 4 including cutting back on emissions. the fire in august sent thousands of richmond residents to emergency rooms with breathing problems. and an environmental justice group says independent testing shows cancer-causing chemicals still linger around some of the homes in the area there. global community monitor found traces of hydrocarbons over a nine-square-mile area more than three months after the accident. officials with the bay area quality management officials say there is no significant health risk though. oakland's airport and seaport could see picket lines tonight and tomorrow. members of the service employees international union
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say they have gone 16 months without a new contract so they plan to go on strike. tomorrow the walkout will also include the port of oakland. workers say they plan to picket for 24 hours. new this morning, thousands of needy families in the south bay are getting help with their thanksgiving meals. sacred heart community service is handing out holiday food boxes today to those who recently signed up for the meals. 4,000 families are in line for the assistance. >> there's a lot of people coming into the agency. more and more every year. in fact, even as we are doing our signups this year, we had more signups than expected. so it's going to be a busy week. >> people who signed up this month have appointments today, tomorrow and wednesday to pick up their boxes. sacred heart continues to accept donations for their food program. black friday is still four days away. >> but, people already are pitching tents and they are lining up for a chance to grab some early deals. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is at best buy in pinole, where there is a campout going on
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this morning. hi, cate. >> reporter: hi, frank. what do they say, the early bird gets the worm? in this case the early shopper gets the flat screen tv? i don't know how that works. but these people have basically set up camp early. they wasted absolutely no time. you can take a look. these shoppers actually pitched their tents as early as sunday morning to ensure a prime spot in line once those doors open for black friday. the big ticket items this year 40" flat screen tvs, game consoles, and laptops. now, some black friday savings can add up to hundreds of dollars one shopper here told me this morning, she's here because she wants to save $600. but for these diehards, they also say it's more than just the savings. >> i think it's great. the first choices the first day and, you know, the first what 42 get tickets [ indiscernible ] it's a good deal. and it's fun. >> reporter: some experts argue though that the experience of
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waiting in line is the one thing that separates going to these big box stores and online deals to those experts who say shopping online could get you the same deals if not better. but again these black friday shoppers or black friday die- hard shoppers tell me that really it is about the experience and the people here. one shopper told us last night she has been lining up basically when her daughter who is a teenager now, since she was 3 months old. so again, it's a new "tradition" for these shoppers. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> they are actually i guess going to celebrate thanksgiving in line, as well. right? didn't you talk to some people? >> reporter: yes, i did. i talked to one shop they are morning, i said what about thanksgiving? they bring thanksgiving dinner here to the line. >> what a tradition. >> they take their shopping seriously. cate, thank you. time now 6:12. a fireball on tape. fishermen tape the moments of a
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the body of one worker was found saturday. four workers remain hospitalized. 6:16. let's check traffic. kind of a holiday week so i imagine not too crazy. >> we haven't seen too many big incidents on the roads. love that picture behind you. the holidays are in full force. we have the light on the embarcadero and metering lights at the bay bridge. there are some folks heading to work this morning. you can see the delays begin. let's see right around the 880 overcrossing so about 15 minutes right now to get you on the span. fortunately no incident. they turned on the metering lights early at 6:00. we started to see delays in the cash and fastrak lanes then. on the maps we are watching a couple of different problems. first the approaches to the bay bridge still look good. but if you are heading through the caldecott tunnel eastbound 24, this is going against the commute, we do have a stall in the tunnel so it is partially blocking that one eastbound bore that's open right now. so expect some delays heading out of oakland towards orinda. westbound still looks good. also in the south bay northbound 101 approaching capitol expressway. we have an accident there.
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it is still there blocking one lane. possibly a second accident near tully is off to the right-hand shoulder. but this is what it's doing to the drive time. a little stop and go from 280 towards 237. 280 through downtown looks great and the guadalupe parkway no delays. a quick note of course it's monday night football tonight at candlestick. 49ers and bears, 5:30 is game time. so expect some delays along 101, 280 maybe a better option if you are cruising along that area later on this evening. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." for more on your monday night football forecast and the rest of the week ahead, here's lawrence. >> that's a big game tonight! i mean, two titans right now, the bears and the 49ers right here on cbs 5. a few clouds outside now, folks. looks like it should be a nice day out there as we are going to stay mostly dry. a chance we could see rain north of the golden gate bridge. plenty of clouds, mild temperatures and showers could return as early as tomorrow. and i'll show you why. we have that cold front that's
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lingering to the north but high pressure is in place. so we are going to see a lot of clouds over the top of the ridge for today and really a good part of tomorrow but late in the day tomorrow, the whole cold front is going to start to slide down in our direction when the weather changes. but for right now, the rain is staying mainly to our north. but the clouds continuing to move across our skies. cloudy skies in the bay area now. and as we head throughout the afternoon, we'll see pockets of sunshine, more clouds rolling in and then by tomorrow afternoon, we begin to see some showers developing in parts of the north bay. but it's a slow mover. it takes its time moving through the bay area overnight on tuesday night and early wednesday morning and then it's gone so big travel day on wednesday and i think it looks pretty good. speaking of traveling, sfo right now no delays reported yet. mostly cloudy skies. temperatures mainly in the 60s by the afternoon. around the country not a bad day to get around either. 75 degrees in houston. 64 in denver. 57 degrees mostly cloudy in chicago. and 48 a little cool but partly cloudy into new york. temperatures around the bay area mainly in the 60s for today. and then it looks like as we head toward the holiday, chance
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of showers for late tomorrow and then mainly tomorrow night into early wednesday morning. then we dry things out for the better part of wednesday. thanksgiving looks dry and looks like dry and warmer near 70 degrees as we head into the weekend. back to you. >> i know you went out and bought a bunch of twinkies and dingdongs over the weekend. they are going to bankruptcy court today. hostess is. texas based hostess plans to sell off its assets but some more popular products could make a comeback with $2.5 billion in revenue a year analysts say there is a good chance someone will at least buy a piece of hostess and carry on the brand. and this just in. the ceo of santa clara based intel paul ottolini plans to retire in may. he plans to help with the leadership transition. he has been with the company for 40 years and is only its fifth ceo. a bizarre fight is caught on tape after a milwaukee police officer says he responded to a man chasing cars
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with a squirt gun. a witness recorded this video of the officer and the clown in a brawl. the clown is a fixture outside the city's government building and considered a community activist. >> the officer reached for him and then all of a sudden the next thing you know they are on the ground punching each other. >> police wouldn't go on camera but they said the clown resisted arrest. [ laughter ] >> in this video -- i'm glad neither was injured. >> thank you. it's 6:20. the raiders took on the high- flying saints. could they pull off an upset? >> we shall see. plus, the warriors taking on the thunder. whose triple-double helped their team to a big win coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,, happiness located?
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we have a big game tonight on cbs 5. we have the bears and the san francisco 49ers, should be mostly cloudy, temperatures in the 60s. >> and taking a look at some of our bridges and other roads across the bay area, it's really only the bay bridge where things are starting to stack up. they turn the metering lights 25 minutes ago. also, we got some delays from the south bay, coming up, 101 because of an accident there. we'll tell you about that in a few minutes. a tough day for the raiders at home against the new orleans saints. >> the raiders were down 7 in the 1st quarter jacobs got the interception and scores. look at palmer and meyers connecting on a touchdown but saints won. raiders now 3-7 on the season. >> tonight the san francisco 49ers are at home against the
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chicago bears. we have the monday night matchup right here on cbs 5. our coverage begins at 5:00. the fifth quarter follows right after the game with full locker reaction. go, 9ers! >> indeed. how about some hoops? golden state warriors and oklahoma going for two wins in a row on the road. that was stephen curry with the three ball there. very nice. but it was a big night for mr. kevin durant. his first career triple-double in oklahoma city, burying 13 triples. 119-109 golden state lost. tonight they are at dallas. monday play of the day, danielle kang at a golf tournament in florida looking for an eagle. third shot on a par five goes right in the jar. not enough to win but certainly enough to win play of the day. are you happy? yes, she is. >> of course, she is.
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>> great shot. it's 6:26 now. coming up, making history. the message president obama hopes to send by visiting burma. >> plus, aerial assault, israel launches new air strikes into gaza city. the latest attack just about 30 minutes ago on a media center there. what hamas says it needed to end the fighting. >> an active manhunt in san jose for a suspect who police say killed a man and injured an officer. more on that and a reward being offered to anyone with information. ,,,,,,
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violence rages on between israelis and palestinians. >> the explosions continued here in gaza city.
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>> and world leaders scramble to control the crisis. >> there is no country on earth that would tolerate missiles raining down on its citizens from outside its borders. a manhunt for a suspect in a violent san jose crime spree that left a man dead and a police officer shot. >> the officer is forced to duck down for cover several rounds hit the car. >> wall street begins the week with renewed hope that washington can avoid the "fiscal cliff." >> it's something my daughter and i have been doing since she was three months old. she never had thanksgiving dinner at home. >> black friday diehards lined up earlier than ever in the bay area. >> these folks are determined to be first in line. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "eyewitness news this morning." ♪ [ music ] and good morning, everyone. it's monday, november 19.
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i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. 6:31 now. san jose police plan to update us later today on a violent crime spree that left one man dead. >> cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is in san jose where police are offering a reward to catch a suspect. >> reporter: good morning. one of those suspects is believed to be armed, still on the loose. this has people in san jose shaken up because the victim a 22-year-old man who was shot and killed on friday was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. he was in his car in the 7- eleven parking lot when those two men in the middle of the violent rampage decided they needed a different car, made him their target and then killed 22-year-old rory parkpettiford, who is from san jose, while trying to carjack him. police did make one arrest. here's a picture of 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks. he was taken into custody after he crashed his car during a police chase. the second suspect took off on foot and is still out there
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believed to be armed. here's a map that shows you the path of their crime spree. it lasted about two hours with the men going around town holding you businesses at gunpoint. caesar's on story road, gas station on east capital, jack- in-the-box on curtner and spa or bird avenue. they came to the 7-eleven to try and steal a car and killed the 22-year-old. police then ended up in a wild chase and shootout with the suspects after spotting their car on the freeway. >> chased them and eventually the pursuit ended up in east san jose in the area of lanai. the suspect stepped out of the car opened fire on the officers and the patrol car was struck several times and the officer was injured. >> reporter: the officer was treated and released. one of the suspects wilbanks was hit but that didn't stop him from trying to get away from officers. he got back into his car started driving away but then crashed on cunningham avenue.
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and then he tried to hide in a house. police surrounded the home and made the arrest. now, police are offering a big reward. $10,000 for information that could lead to an arrest. this morning, police are expected to give us an update on the situation and also more information about their second suspect. in san jose, elissa harrington, cbs 5. >> thank you. a judge could decide today whether one goh is mentally competent to be tried for seven murders. goh was arrested in april for the shooting spree at oikos university in oakland. psychiatrist who examined him are due to report to the court this afternoon. and a vigil is planned in hayward to remember michaela garecht, 9-year-old old when she was kidnapped in front of a store on mission boulevard 24 years ago this morning. a bone fragment found earlier this year has been tested to see if it came from the missing girl. those test results have been delayed. new this morning, the leader of the palestinian militant group hamas says israel can stop rocket attacks
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from gaza by agreeing to hamas demands. today the violence has not stopped. these are live pictures from gaza city. you can see all the smoky haze there. witnesses say an israeli air strike has hit a high-rise building housing the media. paramedics say one person was killed, several wounded. the hamas tv station is located in that building. some incredible video of gaza. 94 palestinians including 50 civilians have been killed since the onslaught began just last week. in israel, 3 civilians have been killed by rockets launched by hamas. israel has retaliated for rocket attacks from gaza. there are talks under way right now in cairo, egypt in an attempt to reach a cease-fire agreement. the media covering stories like conflicts in the middle east can be caught off guard. watch what happens to correspondent anderson cooper during a live report.
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here. >> he is also two media centers -- [ explosion ] >> whoa! that was a rather large explosion. uhm....... that occurred -- >> and rather close, too. cooper continued the report looking down the street to see what had been happening there. he was not hurt. earlier this morning, he said he heard explosions about four blocks away about 30 minutes ago sending a tweet out, this building hit by multiple rockets saw them slam into lower floors ran to the scene. so it is a little crazy right now in the middle east. president obama is in cambodia now part of his trip to asia that will include an east asia summit. earlier he paid and historic visit to myanmar, burma. the first u.s. president to visit the country which is making a transition to democracy after years of human rights abuse. he met with a long-time democracy advocate aung san suu kyi and spoke at a university
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an event broadcast through the country. >> in my discussions here, our goal is to sustain the momentum for democracy. >> white house aides say the president will discuss human rights concerns with the prime minister of cambodia. it is 6:36. how about another check of weather and traffic? we decided that lawrence's shirt is plum. >> i know. we have an ongoing thing on twitter trying to figure out the color of his shirt. >> you're tweeting about it? >> i said fuscia. >> is that right? >> i think it's fairly holiday. >> you look good. >> thank you very much. in the end that's all that matters, right? around the bay area, we have a lot of clouds outside this morning if you are heading out. because of the cloud cover, fairly mild. now we're looking for some rain with our high-def doppler radar. right now, it is quiet but there's still a chance we could see some light sprinkles or showers showing up in parts of the north bay. high pressure overhead with a lot of clouds over the top of that ridge and that's why we may see a couple of sprinkles mainly to the north but we are waiting for the front to work down to the bay area.
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that won't happen until tomorrow. then we'll see more rain. outside now looking toward the embarcadero, yeah, the lights are up. it's the holiday season if you can believe that and temperatures not too bad mainly into the 50s. this afternoon highs into the 60s. so not a bad day. we are going to see a lot of clouds this afternoon but warmer than yesterday, elizabeth. >> we like that, yeah. the rain's gone, nice and dry for our morning drive. and, yeah, no big hot spots. we are watching one accident in the south bay. we'll get to that in just a second. a live look outside, this is what it looks like at 101 near the mckee exit. headlights northbound. so far, so good as you can see no major brake lights across that stretch. in the south a different story. northbound 101 approaching tully road an accident, sounds like fire crews are blocking a lane so it is still a little slow as you make your way into san jose and that's the drive time about 11 minutes now on northbound 101 between 280 and highway 237. otherwise your other bay area drive times 280 guadalupe
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parkway and the south bay actually looking okay as you make your way through downtown. quick look outside or actually first let's go to this in the caldecott tunnel, heading eastbound 24 this is going against the commute. we had a stall reported blocking -- partially blocking the one bore that's open so expect delays heading out of oakland towards orinda and here's that live look outside westbound 237 silicon valley commute looks super good, super light this morning out of milpitas towards san jose. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. new this morning, it's time for a south bay charity to start handing out food for thanksgiving meals. earlier this month, sacred heart community service had sign-ups for the needy to get on the list for holiday food boxes. starting today those people will be picking up that food. the lines are expected to be long. >> what we see is a lot of people still struggling. they don't have full-time employment yet. maybe they have part-time jobs but even if they do, they are still lowering paying jobs. those living wage jobs aren't there anymore so seeing a lot of people turning to us for
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help. >> some of the people signed up for food boxes are waiting in line at sacred heart this morning. the organization by the way is still accepting donations. black friday the biggest shopping day of the year is still four days away. >> speaking of waiting in line. people are lining up to take advantage of early deals later in the week. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is at a best buy in pinole where shoppers are already camping out. cate, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank. one shopper told me that this is earlier than normal. the lines usually don't start until midweek but once the first person set up a tent, others followed. die-hard shoppers set up in front of the best buy in pinole yesterday morning and say they are prepared to stick out the next four days. why, you may ask? because of big ticket items like computers, game con so and, of course, that flat screen tv. and some of these shoppers tell me they have been doing this for years. and as a result, they have created their own thanksgiving
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tradition. >> down here we get to know each other. we converse and spend thanksgiving together. but we all were out here last year and it's like sometimes like competition who is going to get here first. >> reporter: shoppers told me at midnight friday, best buy will each give them a ticket to secure their big purchase and place in line. until then, they all look out for each other taking shifts when one goes to work or when one goes for a shower so it is sort of a community event and again it's a tradition for them -- or new tradition they started around black friday but they are not going to be missing on thanksgiving meals. the shopper told me that thanksgiving meal actually comes to them here in the line. so they are really changing things around. live in pinole, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> their own little holiday tradition. >> they get good deals. 6:41. toned teens. what substances boys and girls
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are taking to bulk up. >> and mother nature puts on a showdown under. we got the video. >> and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's check the early numbers here. so far, so good. coming up we'll get an update from kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks.
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trafficking. but the measure is hitting a welcome back. 6:44. on election day california voters approved prop 35 aimed at cracking down on sex trafficking. but the measure is hitting a snag over first amendment questions. melissa griffin is here from the "san francisco examiner" to break down the controversy. good to see you. >> reporter: good morning.
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thanks for having me back. 81% of californians endorsed proposition 35 to crackdown on sex trafficking. on november 6, voters endorsed it. on november 7 a judge stopped some of its provisions from taking effect. now, specifically, there are provisions of that law that require registered sex offenders to disclose all of their email accounts all of their user name profiles and all of their internet service provider information to local authorities. the aclu stepped in and said that's a violation of free speech. a judge agreed to temporarily halt the provisions of a law that require those things until a full hearing in the middle of december. about 73,000 sex owe fenn, are registered in the state of california. so if this does take effect, that is a lot of information about people's internet activity for law enforcement to deal with. >> we were talk off camera. if you wanted to comment about something you wrote in the examiner or something in the "chronicle" you set up a user name and you go on. it's an alias more than
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anything else, right? so you can throw up your opinions. how do they know who's who and enforce it. >> reporter: it's impossible to enforce. it looks a provision of the law meant to piggyback on larger charges or supplement charges where maybe you can't make out the crime itself so you charge them with failure to turn over your user name sort of like how al capone was arrested for tax evasion not for being a gangster. they made out the case for the fact he failed to turn over the user name and serious penalty years in prison. that's an interesting use of tax dollars. >> what do the backers say? >> we prior sex offenders to turn over personal and private information all the time and now that trafficking has largely moved to the internet, there's nothing wrong with requiring registered sex offenders to provide internet
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information, as well. >> awkward. >> yeah. >> reporter: definitely. it's getting strange. so cruz kelly the main proponent of prop 35 ran against kamala harris to be the state attorney general so now we're in a position where state attorney general harris has to defend chris kelly's law her former opponent in election. and chris kelly has filed with the court to enter the case because he argues among other things that the state attorney general is not going to pursue the defense of the law vigorously so he inserted himself in the case because he says he doesn't know if kamala harris will do a good job so infighting between the two seems to be king. kamala harris on friday said she is going to be cracking down on human trafficking as part of her administration's priorities. >> you will find more of melissa's segments on a silicon valley giant is searching for a new boss. >> here to talk about that is
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jason brooks with kcbs and good morning. >> reporter: good morning. intel announcing this morning that ceo paul ottolini will step down and retire next may giving the company six months to look for a replacement either from within the firm or outside. ottolini has been there for four decades, ceo for eight years and only the fifth ceo over a the key to the change coming up is finding someone that can lead intel into mobile guys. cisco in the news announcing that it's buying san francisco- based startup morakki for $1.2 billion. they specialize in network cloud solutions. stock market overall off it a strong start today. there are increasing signs of optimism that there will be a deal in avoiding the "fiscal cliff." that's got investors excited this morning. let's look at the numbers. dow surging higher by about 140
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points. nasdaq is gaining 42. s&p up by 91. intel and cisco doing well off their respective news. cisco is up about 1% intel up about .5%. back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell joins us live from new york. she is in the big chair. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, frank and michelle. ahead on "cbs this morning" we're talking about the violence in the middle east that's escalated overnight with new attacks on the gaza strip. president obama says israel has the right to defend itself. our reporters are in israel, gaza city and cairo and we'll show you the latest from the ground. also the controversy over red light cameras. are they making us safer drivers? some people are calling them scamers, just raking in cash.
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>> "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. thank you. here's something you rarely ever see down under. mother nature turned up the normally tranquil waters off australia with a rare waterspout. this happened earlier yesterday off new south wales. the storm brought rain, hail and lightning. no damage though or injuries were reported. and it's quite the sight. >> a lot better over the water than over land. isn't that right, mr. karnow? >> absolutely. unless you're on a boat and that's no fun but boy a beautiful wall cloud on the base of that. >> is that what that was? [ laughter ] >> around the bay area we have low clouds extending around the bay area. some clouds continuing to stream across the skies as it looks like the weather is going to stay a little bit unsettled, a little further north you go. still there's a chance we could see a couple of sprinkles maybe light showers to the north the rest of us just plenty of clouds and mild temperatures. a good chance showers returning as early as tomorrow. so here we go. we have high pressure but a weak ridge that's sending the south of this storm system most
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of the energy held up to the north right now. so we are going to see clouds in the skies. still, that rain line staying north today. but tomorrow, that's going to start to shift a little further to the south and by tomorrow in the afternoon, we could start to see some rain showing up in parts of the north bay. clouds on the futurecast model continuing throughout today and slight chance of showers and then tomorrow, rain becoming more likely in the afternoon. and then slowly spreading to the south throughout tomorrow evening and tomorrow night. so as we get into wednesday, the busiest travel day of the year looks like it should be mostly dry. if you plan to head out today around the state 60s into the central valley, further north you go the better the chance of rain. mostly cloudy in the high country and lake tahoe about 47 degrees. around the bay today we are looking at 60s. even some places getting near 70 by the afternoon. livermore about 65 degrees in the napa valley. and 64 degrees in san francisco. next couple of days, return to a chance of some rainfall late in the day on tuesday and into tuesday night drying out for the better part of wednesday.
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thanksgiving looks dry and warmer into the weekend, elizabeth. >> look at that. dry turkey day. thanks, lawrence. outside now we're also dry and looking good actually heading towards the bay bridge. they turned on the metering lights a little early this morning. no real reason why. we have not seen any incidents on the upper deck this morning. but it has been stacked up through the macarthur maze for a little while now. so you're looking at probably 20 minutes or so to get you on the bridge. and yeah, you can see that wait behind the bay bridge toll plaza. pretty tight squeeze up the incline. westbound 92 the san mateo bridge not too bad this morning. a little busy though out of hayward heading toward foster city. drive time about 15 minutes as you head out towards the peninsula. a quick look at our maps. we still have this accident northbound 101 approaching tully road. just cleared to the right-hand shoulder but pretty backed up towards yerba buena. and a little farther south also morgan hill this time
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northbound 101 approaching tenant another accident there. there's a growing number of teenagers using muscle enhancing products. a study published in the medical journal pediatrics says about one out of three teen boys reported using protein powders. 6% admitted to using steroids. among girls, about 21% said they use protein products and nearly 5% said they used steroids. well, it turns out there is something that impresses u.s. olympic gymnast michaela marone meeting the president. >> wonder what that is. >> white house released this photo taken thursday. marone of course won the individual silver medal and was caught with that now infamous expression that went viral because she didn't win the gold. after meeting with the president she tweeted did i just do that not impressed face with the president? [ laughter ] >> yup. you sure did. >> there you go. >> do you that well. >> oh, yeah. >> not really. >> you give it a go. >> no thanks. time now, 6:54. >> four days away so why are
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folks camping out for a black friday deal here in the bay area? we'll tell you coming up. ,, at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization
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that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those
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an israeli strike on a gaza media center has killed onef its top militant leaders. today's strike palestinian militant group islamic jihad says an israeli strike on a gaza media center has killed a top militant leader. today's strike in downtown gaza city was part of a widening six- day old offensive meant to stop hamas rocket fire. the palestinians say so far, 94 people have been killed in gaza with more than 700 injured. rocket attacks have killed three people in israel. talks continue in cairo to reach a cease-fire. a $10,000 reward for i is suspect in a deadly crime spree in san jose. 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks was caught friday night after a
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series of robberies, police chase and shooting and carjacking attempt that left a man dead. police say wilbanks' alleged accomplice ran away. the reward money is to help catch him. the most eager shoppers not waiting for black friday to take advantage of deals. they are already waiting in line. people have been camping out overnight some say they are going to pitch tents. they do it every year. they have not had thanksgiving dinner at home in years. this is pinole the best buy in pinole where we have five tents set up. they want the sales. >> i'd want that turkey. >> good for them of the at least it's not too cold out there. temperatures mild overnight. 50s and 40s now still a lot of clouds in our skies. toward the afternoon, we'll see mild temperatures mainly into the 60s. there's still a slight chance of a couple of sprinkles or light showers in the north bay but staying dry for now. that could change on tuesday of dry thanksgiving day, elizabeth. >> look at that. it may be a holiday week for
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some and a live look outside -- well, we were going to show you a live look outside. 880/237, so far looks good. just a quick note, monday night football tonight, 49ers and bears 5:30. you may find some extra delays coming up 101. >> you a bieber fan? >> kind of. sometimes. >> i love him. >> we'll take that. it was a big flight for mr. bieber at the american music awards last night. he won the show's top honor artist of the year. >> but this surprise performance stole the show. ♪ [ music ] >> mc hammer closed the show with a hit. >> what better way to pause our show. captions by: caption colorado good morning to our viewers in the west.

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